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[Thanks to everyone who came out last night for H2KP: ICE STATION ZEBRA. The theater was very drafty. Most of the performers wore winter hats onstage and when they spoke snow came out of their mouths, and the audience clapped through gloves, and even the goulash froze, but it was still one of the most fun shows we've done. Plus, no one complained about the Yeti odor. Apologies to anyone who couldn't get in. (last-minute brag!)]

Do you live in or near the New York metropolitan area? If so, please choose life over network television, creep over to the Under St. Marks Theater in the East Village a neighborhood voted "most likely to be murdered in while people watch indifferently from their windows" in 1981 and "best high-end fusion japanese food" in 2004 and hang around for HOW TO KICK PEOPLE: "INTERNATIONAL MALE."

How to Kick People with Todd Levin and Bob Powers
and featuring these fine guests:

A.J. Jacobs - Esquire Magazine's Editor-at-Large and author of "The Know-It-All"

Liam McEneaney - a comedian-about-town who has appeared on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend" and, more recently, on VH-1's "Best Week Ever"

Kimya Dawson - achey/sweet/funny singer-songwriter, and the lady half of The Moldy Peaches

For location, advanced tickets and more, visit our site. Don't mess this one up, OK? Just come.

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